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12.6.6 Application of courses toward a degree

  • A course can be applied toward only one degree objective, unless an exception is approved in writing by the Academic Affairs Committee on Graduate Studies and the Dean of Research and Graduate Studies.
     
  • Only graduate degree courses (numbered 200 or higher) or, where allowable, advanced undergraduate courses (100 level) may be used for credit in a graduate degree programs.
     
  • The following courses do not apply for credit toward a graduate degree, but do count in a course load determination and calculation of the cumulative grade point averages:
    • lower-division undergraduate courses (numbered 0-99 at Pacific)
    • extension courses
    • English competency courses for international students.